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lieliTmg People Can De cide. Yon wouhl not accept the word of an utter ftran:t r'H icadlly as that of a person whom you know. The. follow ing slat ment is made by a citizen, perhaps a neighbor. Bead it: Mr. I.. CanticU, Crpt ntcr, of Uelding street, puys: "1 bud qutiu a severe headache which center' u ovrr Ui.v hijm. When my back wa pilnln me 1 had uiure or lenn headache and was Uizry after stooping. The kidney tecre tlotiH Kiivo mi' ir uble and were much to f re qut ut in action. 1 K"t box of Doan'a Kidney Tills at Connt ll U oh, drutf store on the recom mendation of a friend and was surprised at tho quUkness with which all the pains and aches left. I h ive a nephew who suffered for years with kidney trouble. He nays Dunn's Kidney Pills is the citly thin he can get to helu him." For Kale by all Oralem. Price SO rent. POST tilt JIILHUKN CO., IIPPtMI.O, N. V., Sole AkhiIk for tlie United Statv Remember the naui".Io:in,s,take no subsMtute THE PRUDENTIAL'S 20PaymentLife POLICY Is an excellent substitute for as sessment insurance. Call on or ad dress LEWIS B. HALL, General Agent, 311-313 Wlddieomb Building, Grand Haplds, Michigan. A Weak SftoinnisiGlli) Indigestion Is often caused by oyer eating. An eminent authority sayi the harm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol. Eat all the good food you want but don't over load the stomach. A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat. Then you need a good digestant like Kodol, which digests your food with out the stomach aid. This rest and the wholesome Vonlcs Kodol contains oon restore health. Dieting unneces sary. Kodol quickly relieves the feel ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals. Absolutely cures Indigestion. Kodol Nature's Tonic. Spared onW by E. O. DWiTT&Oo..Oblcaia BLACK - 9RAU6HT STOCK and POULTRY MEDICINE Stock and joultry have few trouble which are not bowel and liver irregularities. Ulack Draught Stock and Poultry Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock. It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition. Prominent American breeders and fanners keep their herds and flocks healthy by pivintr them an occa sional dose of Mack-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food. Any stock raiser may buy a 2.1-cent half-pound air-tight can of this medicine from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for wcks. Dealers gener ally keep niack-Draucht Stock and Poultry Medicine. If yours doet not, send 2." cents for a "ainple can to the manufacturers, The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, Tenn. RncmttXH, OA.. Jan. SO, 1901. Black-Draught Htock and Poultry Medicine la the best I ever tried. Our lock was looking bad when you ient me the medicine and now they are lettiofr A"- They are looking 30 iir cent, better. 1 8. P. BROCKINGTOIf. Early Risoro Tho famous littlo pUlt. SIIILOII. Dr. W. E. Ogden of Ionia gave a very interesting sermon at the Con gregational church here Sunday. Marvin Leach and wife spent Sun day at tho home of his lurents. 28 took in tho excursion to Lansing Monday. Mrs. Inez Allen is suffering an at tack of hay fever. Miss Caroline Kennedy of Orleans has been engaged to teach the fall term of school. C. H. Itrown was in Ionia on busi ness Monday. K. A. Morris is having his barn painted. Mrs. Win. IVetzell of Grand Ilap ids spent a few days lust week calling on old friends here. Clyde Zuller of Greenville was in the village Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Levi Heth entertain ed relatives from Breckinridge last week. Frank Hubbard of l'ulo has been papering and painting the school house also oiling the wood work which is a great improvement and will be apprciated. RONALD. Ralph Sprague and wife of Hamil ton have been visiting their sister, Mrs. Zala Howe the past week. Maurice Yeomans left Friday for a visit with friends in Milwaukee. Thursday evening Aug. 13 being the 25th or Silver Wedding anniver sary of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Easta brooks, friends to the number of 40 or more assembled to help them cele brate the event. Refreshments of ice cream and cake was served to which all did ample justice. They were presented with some very nice presents of silver and table linen. Miss Flossie Smith is entertaining her cousin Miss Sadie Worden of Holding also a young lady from Sagi naw. Mrs. Will Yeomans is in Detroit for a few days. Willis Brooks and wife, Byron Yeomans and family left Wednesday for a few days outing near Lakeview. Z. R. Howe, wife and daughter Feme visited friends in Belding Sun- vy. The Hubbell schoolhou.se hasauew oof put on. Wm. Brooks is very sick at this writing. C. D. Estabrook leaves this week for Indiana to erect a saw mill and uierintend its operation for a while. OTISCO. Mrs. A. M. Spicer visited at S. Bigley's of Eureka Tuesday and Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Stevens of Ilar- ard spent Monday night at D. P. Moon's. Mrs. J. L. Morse and daughter Gertrude Sundayed at F R. Lus combe's. Mrs. Andrews of fonia is visiting icr mother Mrs. A. Weekes a few days. Mrs. A. Deitz and son spent Sun day with Mrs. A. Wilson of Mont calm. WOLVKKTON PLAINS, Dorr Osgood and Mr. Short of Smyrna spent last week with the for mer s son, II. I). OsgiNNl. They put n a good share of the time fishing in he numerous lakes in this vicinity. Mrs. h. B. ise .spent last week with her son, Albert I)., near Ed more, she also put up 50 (marts of blackberries, while there, besides visiting other friends. inose irom tins place who took in the Maccabee excursion to Grand Rapids were, E. B. Wise, K. C. Wise and wife, George and Tracy Chicker ing and Earl Goodman. Mrs. Katie McClellen returned from her visit to Six Lakes the first of the week. Mr. McClellen of near Entrican was the guest of his old friend J. M. Harlow last week. Our much needed rain has come at last. The Death IVtiitlty. A little thing sometimes results in death. Thus a mere scratch, lnsignifi cant cuts ar puny bolls have paid the death penalty. It is wise to have Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy It's the beat Salve ou earth and will prevent fatality, when Burns, Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 2.rc, at Council BroDrug Store. Puts an Knl to It All. A grievous wail oftlmes eomes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs. Dizziness, Backache Liver complaint and Constipation. Hu thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pill they put an ena to it a'l. They are gentle but thorough. Try thera. Only '25c. Guaranteed by Connell Bros Drug Store. 'ROUND ABOUT US. Weekly Grist of Newsy Items Reported by Our SpecUl Correspondents, ftl'ENCKIl MILL. 1 Ixxm Fuller and wife Volney Cow- les and wife and Wm Riley took in the excursion at Niagra falls and Buffalo last week. Tho funeral of William Smith an old resident of Spencer was held at Sx.'iiccr Mill the 22, interment at Siencer cemetery. Minnie Emmons has gone to Beld- ng to work in the silk mill. ' Work on the Spencer Mill church s progressing finely and when com pleted will boquitea Modern country hurrh. R. F. D. has been established to ake effect Oct. 1 and the Spencers Mill iost office which was established over 40 years ago will be discontinued. Mr. Edd Sath well purchased three horses last Saturday one from T. Wostbrook and two from parties in Greenville. Mrs. Ettie Blake who has been isiting her sister Mrs. Wm. Riley las returned to her mothers in Oak- field. Mr. C. Holland was called to Mar ion' laft week to attend the funeral of is nephew Floyd Holland, who died with Typhoid fever the remains were brought to Greenville for interment. George Bristol is preparing to build a new barn. R. Patterson of Pennsylvania is isiting his sons Charley and Harry atterson. OAK FIELD. The ladies Baptist social will be eld with Mrs. Fred Farr, Friday, Aug. 28th. All enjoyed the picnic at Silver Lake Friday. Miss Hat tie Peterson visited Miss 2va Carl this week. Miss May Atkins of Grand Rapids s with her sister Ella Atkins for a few days. Seth Patridgo is remodeling his louse, making it larger and putting n a new furnace. The will be a cemetery social at D. Snyders Friday evening Sept. 4. . All come. , Visitors at Frank Bowman's Sun day Mr. and Mrs. L. Green of Har- ard C. J. Kruso of Cannonburg F. J. Cornell of Louisville, Ky., and Ly man uav ot uannon, Mrs. aaraii Massu of Greenville and Eva Peter son of Cedar Springs. ORLEANS. J. P. Breckenredge, of Albion pent part of the past week at A. W. Palmers. F. L. Whipple lost one of his best ows last week. Eugene Knapp and son, of North Plains spent Friday with his mother. Miss Eidth Tarnham, of York state s visiting at A. A. Palmers. G oldie Hill is spending the week n Ionia with her cousins Ethel and Hazel Wooden. Wm. Fisher, of Big Rapids was in town Monday. Rev. B. W. McKibben and wife are moving back onto their farm. Lee Spavlding from near Ionia spent Sunday in town. Mary Hartley, of Pittsburg , Pa. is visiting her mother Mrs. J. W. Collins. Mrs. D. E. Whipple and son, of Ionia were guests at Bert Whipple's the first of the week. Ed. Rrown was called home Mon day to attend his uncles funeral. Mary Heath, of Ionia spent Sun day with friends in town. Mrs. Frank Hill and son, of Ed more are spending the week in town. Mrs. Grant Fransisco returned Monday from Cadillac. John Hill and wife was in Ionia Saturday. Scrofula, salt rheum, erysipelas and other distressing eruptive diseases yield quickly and permanently to the cleansing, purifying power or liuruocK Blood Hitters. 4ve the Children. Nlnty-nine of every one hundred dl seaae that children have are due to disorders of the stomach, and other disorders are all caused by indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is just as good for children as It Is for adults. Child ren thrive on It. It keeps their little stomachs sweet and encourages tnei growth and developement. Mrs. Henry Carter. 7U.j central bt., iNasnvuie Tenn., says: My little boy Is now 3 vcars old and nas Bunered from indlges tion ever since be was born. I have bad the best doctors In Nashville, but failed to do him any good. After us in tr one bottle of Kodol he Is a well boy I recommend It to all sufferers." Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet, aoia uy vv. l. nene diet. AVON-KKKNK, Hugh Carr is gaining slowly. Mrs. N. Sparks returned homo Thursday accompanied by her son's wife, Mrs. Chantey Sparks. Sarah Airs is very sick at the home of of her daughter Mrs. Mark Hull. Floyd Sparks has been spending a few days with his aunt at Lowell. Dan Carr had Frank Zahm arrest- d Saturday. Aunt Jane Abbott who has been ery feeble for the last two years, died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Engle Hanson Aug. 10, funeral was held at the Keene church, Elder Alton of Saranac had charge of ser- ices. HMYUN'A. Everyone busy getting ready for the Maccabee dance. Percey Sussex and H. Gardner of the P. M. have arrived in town. Now if we just had an addition on the north side of the new hall we would have a tine hotel. Geo. Ring now works for Waldo Francisco of Grand Rapids. II. Skellenger had one tree that had five bushels of plums on, of the Honey drop variety. Next. Irene Sussex was a guest of Sussie Skellenger last Friday. Aug. 21 Mrs. Phoebe Purdy being 0 years old, her many friends plan ed to give her a grand surprise and merry time they had, about 50 be ing present, a fine dinner was served and she received some beautiful gifts. VEIUJENNKS STATION. Mr. Garfield has the engine fixed now so he can grind both feed and flour. Mr. and Mrs. T. Cannon, of Beld ing were here Sunday. Arthur Benton, of Greenville spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Audrews, of Bowne is visiting friend and rela tives hero Saturday and Sunday. John Wingier was sick in bed last week with tho mumps. Mrs. Ellen McGee, of G rattan vis- ted Mrs. M. MeAndrews last week. A large number from here attend ed the Ada Pioneer picnic last week. The Swiss Sunday School held a picnic at Uveks drove at IWurry Lake last week Thursdav. Rev. E. Mudgeand wife, of Chicago were guests of his cousin Mrs. Alice Brown at John Andrews from Fri day until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Godfrey and children, her mother and cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Godfrey, Mrs. Geo. letcher and daughter, Mrs. Ernest Godfrey all of Lowell attended divine services here Sunday afternoon. For all it rained there were thirty eight present at church Sunday after noon. DAKTONVILLK. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Avers of Sara nac spent Saturday and Sunday with Ed. Norton and wife. Peter Kohn and family attended a picnic at Greenville Saturday. Joseph Blazen and family of Mt. Pleasant are visiting his family. Mrs. Ed.- Condon and daughter were visitors at B. Tower's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norton attend ee! tho Kinney reunion at Clark Hop pough's last Saturday. Miss Lucie Richmond is entertain ing her cousin from Lowell. Walter Hanson and Ethel Rich mond of Rockford and Gardner How ard and Lydia Hoppough of Orleans visited at Earl Norton's Sunday. ORLEANS OTlMl-o. R. G. Chickering and wife have been visiting relatives near Lake view and brought home a fine lot of blackberries. R. D. Newcomb and wife have been visiting Fremont Higgim at Morley Will Mooney is visiting his father lie is from Fort Collins Col. Belle Witt is on the sick list. Harry Lylo and wife went to the Agricultural college Morday. Milo Haney went to tie Michigan Agricultural college Monlay. Connumptloii Threatened. C. Under, 211 Maple St., Champaign III., writes: "I was troibled with a hacking cough for ayear and I thought I had consumption. I tried a great many remedies and was under the care of physicians for several months. I used one bottle of Foley's Honev and Tar. It cured me and I hive not been troubled since," y I. Benedict. U RATTAN. Messrs. W. Ward and F. Randel shipped a car load of stock today. Miss J. V. Saur of Sparta who vis ited Mrs. M. A. Lessiter has gone to Grand Rapids to attend the teachers nstitute. B. Storey and granddaughter Eva Storey of Evans are visiting New York state relatives. The. next social of the Ashley and G rattan L. A. S. will be held with Mrs. John Emmons Sept. 4, after noon. Annual election of officers. The Goodfellowship club of G rat tan and vicinity are rightly named. he annual picnic was held at Bald win Lake Aug. 22 with an attendance of 175, and high noon by the time all had arrived. Candy and cigars were passed, 20 gallons of fine lemonade disposed of and tho president beseig- ed for more, meantimo a sumptuous spread was put upon the tables to which 135 partook of the rest assum ing the role of waiters. When all lad feasted a Vlterary program was carried out which all enioyeu. a otter was read from Geo. Ackert and family now in the far west Wash ington. Mrs. J. I. Weeks of Sey mour, Ind., also sent greetings. Mrs. E. J. Mason favored the company with a tine recitation, and the paper read by Mrs. Levi Tut tie was receiv ed with applause, music had a part and of course there were a number of nice little happy speeches from those too modest to see their name in print. When the shades of evening softly sjoke of homo going, so loth were they to part it was determined as many as could would meet at Waba sis Lake with the club house friends Aug. 25, where another social day was carried out with a fine picnic dinner, everything from chicken pie to ice cream. MARK CAUGHT ONE. Nearly Pulled Him in-IIad Help In Landing It Mark Brown, the genial farmer liv- ng west of Cook's Corners, went out to one of the nearby Iztkes Tuesday and got hla hook Into a big pickerel. The denizen of the deep gave a yank on the line when he first struck It, bo hard a nearly to pull him overboard. But Mark being of such physical pro portions and also well braced resisted the force and saved himself from a ducking. He llnally succeeded In landing him with the help of Mr. Converse, and when placed on the scales the weight notch registered five pounds It was the biggest fish he ever caught and made his eyes bulge out like two peeled onions. BELDING MARKETS. DKI.D1NU. Aug. 87, 1903. GRAINS, ETC. Flour, V cwt, retail 2 10 2 30 1 SW 23 00 1 2!S 24 00 1 00 1 10 75 7 48 W cwt. patent Corn Meal W cwt " V ton Feed, V cwt, chop y ton Bran. Newt Middlings. V cwt Wheat, red. V du white V bu live. V bu Corn V bu flats. W nil 8 Hay. baled, y ton o iw .w Iteann, basis of K lb picker, p bu 1 BO FAHM PHODCCK. Mutter. W lb 14 Kggs V uoz H MEATS. Turkeys V B Uto weight Chickens, W lb 7 Veal, cwt, dressed iw&i w cwt.. live 4 (mt& 00 Heef V cwt,, live weight 2 BOf. 50 Pork V cwt., dressed o 7JK&7 iwj Pork per cwt., live 6 504i5 76 Salt. Pork, m bbl 18 mtii 0" Mutton.drcssed. W cwt i w Fat All You Want. Perpons troublfd with indigestion or Dyspepsia can eat all. they want I they will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception, retention, digestion and assimilation of all the wholeeome foo thit may be eaten, and enables the iVnstlvn organs to transform the same Into the kind of blood that gives health ind strenjftn. sold ny vv. i. ueneuict. Wants the Manner. MF.AFoni), Ont., Aug 18, "03. E. B Lapliam, Ed. Banner: Dear Sir Will you please bend me the Belding Banner to Mtaford, Ont . instead of Sundridge, Ont. We have not been getting it very regular since we came here, we miss it very much It seems good to hear from home and w ran iret more news from there in your paper than by writing letters We are now located at Meaford. 1 hve secured a much better situation here with the Meaford Mfg. Co., furn iture manufacturers, than I had with the Imperial Veneer Co. at Sundridge. I am, yours truly, Chas, Stkvknk. James Don't figure on marrying a model wife unless you ar a mind read er and know for certain that she takes Hocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Cotx nell Bros. Potent Pill ritannrt. The nllls that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are he Witt's Utile Early Risers. W.S. Phil not of Albany, Oa. says "During i bilious attack I took one. Small as It was it did me more food than calomel, blue-mass or any other pills I ever took and at tho same time It effected me nleasantlr. Little Early Hleers are certainly an ideal pill." Sold by W. I Benldict CS N (ID-IS QJ ( GUARANTEED to Kill Potato Bugs and Increase the Yield of Potatoes. FOli SA,E UY PEOPLES' PH ARM ACY, WORTLEY (Q. FRENCH, PROPRIETORS. A PREPARATION to Prevent Fly Pest on Cattle and Horses. Contains Nothing Injurious. Protects your stock from Flies, lice and vermin. Sold by WORTLEY & FRENCH. OOOOOOCOOOOOOOOCXOOCOCOCOOCOCQOCOOOOOOCOOOOC000 ABSOLUTE SAFETY A Reasonable Rate of In terest bn Your Deposit, either in Savings Account or Certificate of Deposit. We Pay Three Per Cent. THE STATE IONIA, The North Side Grocery WANTS Butter and Eggs Will Pay Cash or Trade as you like. SPECIAL 2 large packages of NeutHta, the delicious breakfast food for 25c. and a silver spoon free. I 6. ' 6. HUDSON, NORTH SIDE. SCHOOL SHOES Wo havo a very comploto lino for Uoys In Vlcl Kid, Volour Cnif, Box Calf , and tho Wear - proof Oregon Calf, from $2.00 down to For tho Girls wo havo shoos to suit tho most ex acting. In prices from $2.60 down to OOc. ITY SHOE STORE SAVINGS BANK, - MICH.